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How to Make a Card In Minutes

How to Make a Card in Minutes

Hello Friends,

Welcome to Make in Minutes Monday!  Today, I'll show you how to make a Miss You Card in minutes.  It's super simple the Plush Poinsettia and Plaid Tidings Designer Papers do most of the heavy lifting.


How to Make a Card in Minutes

How to Make a Card In Minutes

Cut a 4-1/4" x 11" Thick Whisper White card base and score at 5-1/2".

Then cut two pieces of designer paper 4-3/4" x 3-1/2".  I use Plush Poinsettia and Plaid Tidings paper.  The Plaid Tidings paper has 48 sheets of yummy plaids in each package and the Plush Poinsettia all I can say is Wow!  This flocked paper with its gorgeous designs is fairly transparent allowing the pretty plaid to peek through and dazzle us.

I stamped my Miss You sentiment with a stamp from the Blooms in Blossom stamp set and Blackberry Blis Ink onto Melon Mambo cardstock.  Then, I simply trimmed around my sentiment. 

My little heart house accent piece was cut with the Home Together Dies.  That's it!  Your card is complete!

How to Make a Card in Minutes

Thanks so much for stopping by!  For your shopping convenience, there's a Card Supply list below.


Have a fabulous day,


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Card Supply List
Blossoms In Bloom Photopolymer Stamp Set (sentiment) (item #152684)
Home Together Dies (#153515)
Plaid Tidings 6" x 6" Designer Paper (#153527)
Plush Poinsettia Specialty Designer Paper (153486)
Blackberry Bliss Ink Pad (#147092))
Melon Mambo Cardstock (#115320)
Thick Whisper White Card Stock (#140272)



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